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Good Stories for Good Children by Mehdi Azar Yazdi
Good Stories for Good Children: This Story: The Hunter and The Students. Mehdi Azar-Yazdi. Nasrin Bastani – Comics & Graphic Novels. 0 Reviews. Good Stories for Good Children was award-winning book which has been written in eight volumes based on several works of Persian literature.
Mehdi Azar Yazdi
Mehdi Azar-Yazdi (18 March 1922–9 July 2009) was an Iranian children’s writer. He started his career in 1956. His books are adaptations of works of the Classical Persian literature re-written for children in an easy-to-understand style. His most notable book was the award-winning Good Stories for Good Children. Azar-Yazdi’s most famous work was Good Stories for Good Children written in eight volumes based on several works of Persian literature, including Kalila wa Dimna, Gulistan, Masnavi-e Ma’navi, Marzban-Nameh, Sinbad-Nameh, Qabus-Nameh, Maqalat of Shams Tabrizi, Jami’-ul-Hikayat, Siyasat-Nameh, and some stories from the Quran and the life of the Muhammad and The Fourteen Infallibles. The book won a UNESCO award in 1966. Good Stories for Good Children has been translated into various languages, including Spanish, Armenian, Chinese, and Russian. Azar Yazdi planned to write other volumes for the series. He was also author of The Naughty Cat, The Playful Cat, Simple Stories, Poetry of Sugar and Honey and Masnavi of Good Children. Another one of his works, Adam, was chosen as the best book of the year in 1968.
|Handling time||7 Days|
|Book Cover Type||Paperback|
|Number of volumes||8|
|Author||Mehdi Azar Yazdi|
|Persian Title||کتاب قصه های خوب برای بچه های خوب اثر مهدی آذریزدی|